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Atari's Greatest Hits, Volume 2 - Nintendo DS

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Platform : Nintendo DS
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  • 50 classic Atari arcade and Atari 2600 games
  • Up to 4 player single and multi-cartridge multiplayer for head-to-head titles such as Warlords, Street Racer, Video Olympics and Casino
  • Special video interview series with Nolan Bushnell, founder of Atari
  • Hours of all your favorite classic games
  • Play anywhere, any time on the DS
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Get a taste of the classics with this second compilation of great titles in the Atari library. Included are a variety of arcade and early home console titles featuring the renown Atari name.

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Atari's Greatest Hits Vol 2 is the second release on the Nintendo DS handheld platform of the most iconic games from Atari's library. A compilation of 50 games, Atari's Greatest Hits Vol 2 covers a wide array of game genres, including Adventure, Action, Sports, Arcade, Racing and more. Games found in the compilation also run the gamut from single player, to 2-player, 3-player and even 4-player, with multiplayer games taking advantage of the DS' wireless capabilities.

50 Classic Atari Games Now For DS

Atari Greatest Hits Volume 2, delivers 50 more iconic Atari games to the Nintendo DS. The compilation game simply gives you the best of Atari's arcade and 2600 games. With 50 games on one cartridge and available multiplayer and iconic favorites, the fun never ends. For those who love the classic gaming experience, this handheld breakthrough is sure to guarantee hours of fun on the go.

The Major Havoc game load screen from Atari's Greatest Hits Vol. 2 for DS
50 classic Atari arcade and Atari 2600 games for your DS.
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The Crystal Castles game load screen from Atari's Greatest Hits Vol. 2 for DS
9 game genres to choose from.
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Games Included

  • Adventure
    • Return to Haunted House
    • Secret Quest
  • Action
    • Canyon Bomber (2 player support)
    • Circus Atari (2 player support)
    • Combat (2 player support)
    • Combat Two (2 player support)
    • Demons to Diamonds (2 player support)
    • Desert Falcon
    • Off-the-Wall
    • Radar Lock
  • Sports
    • Golf
    • Double Dunk (2 player support)
    • Realsports Basketball (2 player support)
    • Realsports Soccer (2 player support)
    • Super Baseball (2 player support)
    • Super Football (2 player support)
    • Video Olympics (4 player support)
  • Mind Games
    • A Game of Concentration
    • Backgammon
    • Basic Programming
    • Brain Games (2 player support)
    • Code Breaker
    • Maze Craze (2 player support)
    • Video Chess
  • Racing
    • Fatal Run
    • Night Driver
    • Steeplechase
    • Street Racer
  • Space
    • Quadrun
    • Sentinel
    • Space War
    • Star Raiders
    • Yar's Revenge
  • Arcade
    • Asteroids Deluxe
    • Black Widow
    • Crystal Castles
    • Liberator
    • Major Havoc
    • Millipede
    • Red Baron
    • Super Breakout
    • Warlords (4 player support)
  • Arcade at Home
    • Breakout
    • Crystal Castles
    • Millipede
    • Super Breakout
    • Video Pinball
    • Warlords (4 player support)
  • Gambling
    • Black Jack (3 player support)
    • Casino (4 player support)

Key Game Features

  • 50 classic Atari arcade and Atari 2600 games for for play on the DS
  • Up to 4 player single and multi-cartridge multiplayer for head-to-head titles such as Warlords, Street Racer, Video Olympics and Casino
  • Special video interview series with Nolan Bushnell, founder of Atari
  • Hours of all your favorite classic games
  • Play anywhere, any time on the DS

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The Black Widow game load screen from Atari's Greatest Hits Vol. 2 for DS
Multiplayer support options.
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The Red Baron game load screen from Atari's Greatest Hits Vol. 2 for DS
Play anywhere with your DS.
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The Asteroids Deluxe game load screen from Atari's Greatest Hits Vol. 2 for DS
A bonus video interview.
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The Liberator game load screen from Atari's Greatest Hits Vol. 2 for DS
Arcade favorites live again.
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  • ASIN: B003VJJJNG
  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 4.9 x 0.6 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: March 8, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,834 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Ford Madox Prefect on March 18, 2011
Once again, Atari called in Code Mystics (Jeff Vavasour and Co.) and gave us arcade and 2600 games all emulated well (including vector games that really look like vector games) but, as an added surprise, they included Atari 400 Basic! With this collection and the first part, the memories can flood in. I remember when we first got the Atari. It was a magical time. We had Space Invaders (which is not available here because it is property of Square Enix, and Atari does not have the rights to the game) Starship, Casino, and A Game Of Concentration. Over the years, we acquired more games, and I used to play them
With friends every weekend. That is why this means so much to me, and many others who grew up back then. These are good memories to share. If you are younger, try these games and give them a chance. They will grow on you. Atari, you still have many classics, so keep it coming, and maybe bring us some Atari 400 versions of these games. I'll buy!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By H. Hardjono on July 1, 2011
I absolutely love this one! I'm constantly playing Codebreaker. Especially the Atari 400 emulator. There are a lot of duds in the pack, but that's normal. Crystal Castle was a no go for me, due to the difficulty of moving diagonally with the control pad. Also, the light gun game features touch pad away from the game screen. Kind of missing the point of a shooting game, IMO.

Strangely enough, Asteroid does not feature teleportation? I know the arcade version doesn't have it, but the home computer version did have it, and I was disappointed that it didn't make the cut.

However, the Atari 400 emulator is faithful to the original. This is the real reason why I buy this. ROM Rev A, if the value peeked is correct. There is only one problem: Inability to properly save/load program. Yes, the LOAD/SAVE command work. However, the LIST"C"/ENTER"C" command does not work. It would hang the program. ENTER "C" yields Error 138-Device Time Out. Considering that ROM A has a bug that hogs variable names unless you clear it with NEW, it means that you will have to re-type your program occasionally. It doesn't save to Memory Card either. I believe it saves to a memory on the cart itself.

Until the emulator can properly use Cassette Device emulation or use Memory Card as Disk Drive emulation, I will refrain from giving it 5 stars.

It's still a blast though. I am happily programming the Atari 400 to the max, especially with old Atari books/magazine articles archived on the web.

PS: I'm using Nintendo DSi XL. I'm not about to type tiny keys on tiny screen!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By G. M on September 27, 2012
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Being a 90's kid I had never played old Atari games before. I decided to buy this because I was very curious about Atari's old games and this seemed to be a good compilation of them, it also included a BASIC compiler (two actually) and that was a big plus since I love the DSiWare "Petit Computer" (an app where one can create BASIC programs on the 3DS/DSi. It's pretty fun, download it!).

Well, I have been playing the game for some days now and I decided it was time to review it.

Firstly, the game menu is... Well forget that, several other reviewers already wrote about that and stuff so I'll just skip all that...

The games really do feel old. I had no idea gaming was so complicated back then. The game is kind enough to tell you what each mode is about but reading the included manuals really helps to enjoy and appreciate these games.
It's pretty normal to find someone complaining online "I couldn't figure what to do. The game sucks.", but by reading the manuals I could get a lot fun from these oldies.

I may not be very good at the arcade games or the more action-oriented 2600 games, but these are some of my favorite games on the package, these alone make the whole thing worth my money:

#1-Brain Games: This one is pretty cool, my favorite of the bunch, it includes 5 games with several modes each, including 2 player support. The first game is a simon clone where you press the buttons to form the musical sequence. The second game is a variation of the first, but instead of showing you all the buttons it shows the numers on them. The third game starts by showing you 4 figures and then scrambles them, you need to press the numerical buttons to rearrange them in the original order.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Lorna J. Dodge on February 21, 2014
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So much fun...some games controller is different from first game....still most games are a step back in time and well worth the cash!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Sil. (Gamer & freelance PC/Android indie dev) on December 22, 2012
Atari's Greatest Hits Volume 2 is really more of the same of what Volume 1 had to offer. Considering this is a collection that contains 50 Atari games crammed on one DS cartridge though, why would I resist that offer?

While there are still lots of greats, there are some misses, as well as few that are really interesting (Return to the Haunted House is a HOMEBREW game). Most of these games have stood against the test of time and offered some really awesome gameplay experiences. For example, Warlords is a 4-Player battle combination of Pong and Breakout with a medieval twist of its own. Night Driver is pretty much Pole Position, except stylized and with a better feel. There are many more examples I could name, but that'd probably lengthen this review by a lot.

There are also some games from Volume 1 that have technically been brought back in this installment, in the forms of Asteroids Deluxe, Millipede, as well as its Atari 2600 counterparts.

There are some notable games that truly aren't that great. Golf is a REALLY unplayable game, and Mini Golf has no variety in its courses at all (not to mention low range). Breakout is very bland, but Super Breakout fixes the former's slow pace and, if playing its Breakthru mode, EXTREMELY rapid and sudden increase in the ball's speed (Super ditches that mode).

But overall, like the first Volume, this is a must-have for Atari enthusiasts, or for those wanting to seek a game collection or wanting to learn a bit about some Atari history (After all, the game's extras kinda focus on that).
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